What is a Yum Yum made of?

What is a Yum Yum made of?

Yum-yums are made of a laminated style of dough with yeast, which is twisted and deep-fried and covered in a thin layer of icing. Make sure the fat is hot enough because otherwise these pastries soak up the fat and become too fatty.

What is the difference between a doughnut and a Yum Yum?

Dripping in gloriously sweet icing, a Yum Yum is basically a twisted doughnut, but flakier and stretchier than a standard doughnut.

What can I add to Yum Yum?


  1. 16 ounces mayonnaise.
  2. 2 tablespoons tomato paste or ketchup.
  3. 2 tablespoons butter melted.
  4. 1 tablespoons garlic powder.
  5. 2 teaspoons onion powder.
  6. 1 tablespoon smoked paprika.
  7. ¼ cup water.
  8. 3 tablespoons sugar less if you use ketchup.

Why is it called a yum yum?

The origin of the name is lost in the mists of time but it is believed that Yum Yums originated in Holland where they were a well-known delicacy, particularly around Christmas and Lent time when the Dutch took some “fried cakes” and shaped them into decorative knots then rolled them in sugar.

What is a Yum Yum in England?

If you’ve not had a yum yum before, it’s basically a croissant, deep-fried and then drenched in icing. And the ones you bought from the shops may have been the most delicious things in the world – until now.

What is the real name for yum yum sauce?

What is Yum Yum Sauce? Also known as White Sauce or Sakura Sauce this dipping sauce is commonly found in Japanese steakhouses. It takes about five minutes to prepare and its main ingredient is Japanese mayonnaise but if that is not available you can make it with mayo from your local grocery store.

Do Yum Yum Donuts have eggs?

“Attached are ingredients for Yum Yum’s two basic donut ingredients: plain white cake donut and raised glazed donut. The raised glazed ingredients cover the twist, bars, cinnamon rolls, butterflies, and other raised products. All our bakery products contain egg.”

Is there milk in Yum Yums?

Greggs Yum Yums do not contain milk in the ingredients, but there is the potential for cross-contamination with items that do contain milk.